Redmond quarterback Tyler Fortney fires away against Lake Washington in the Mustangs’ 37-35 victory on Sept. 20. Also pictured are Henry Serr from Lake Washington and Bryan Aylward from Redmond. The Redmond scoring breakdown was a 30-yard field goal from Maroun El Dik and touchdowns from Anakin Downer (3-yard run), Zach Roper (runs of 57 and 18 yards), Colby Fazio (a 22-yard pass from Fortney) and Fortney (3-yard run). Fortney was 29-for-50 passing for 262 yards. Redmond will next play at Inglemoor (Pop Keeney Stadium) at 7 p.m. Sept. 26. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond quarterback Tyler Fortney fires away against Lake Washington in the Mustangs’ 37-35 victory on Sept. 20. Also pictured are Henry Serr from Lake Washington and Bryan Aylward from Redmond. The Redmond scoring breakdown was a 30-yard field goal from Maroun El Dik and touchdowns from Anakin Downer (3-yard run), Zach Roper (runs of 57 and 18 yards), Colby Fazio (a 22-yard pass from Fortney) and Fortney (3-yard run). Fortney was 29-for-50 passing for 262 yards. Redmond will next play at Inglemoor (Pop Keeney Stadium) at 7 p.m. Sept. 26. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond beats Lake Washington in football action

  • Tuesday, September 24, 2019 1:21pm
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Redmond quarterback Tyler Fortney fires away against Lake Washington in the Mustangs’ 37-35 victory on Sept. 20. Also pictured are Henry Serr from Lake Washington and Bryan Aylward from Redmond. The Redmond scoring breakdown was a 30-yard field goal from Maroun El Dik and touchdowns from Anakin Downer (3-yard run), Zach Roper (runs of 57 and 18 yards), Colby Fazio (a 22-yard pass from Fortney) and Fortney (3-yard run). Fortney was 29-for-50 passing for 262 yards. Redmond will next play at Inglemoor (Pop Keeney Stadium) at 7 p.m. Sept. 26. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond players celebrate their victory over Lake Washington. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography


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Redmond players celebrate their victory over Lake Washington. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

Redmond players celebrate their victory over Lake Washington. Photo courtesy of Matt Campbell Photography

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